25 DIY Non-Candy Halloween Treats

This Halloween, hand out DIY non-candy Halloween treats that are just as sweet. Make fun jack-o-lantern faces and mummy dolls to give out to the kids. Animal masks and gooey slime are great ideas too! No need to run out to get candy when you can hand out something else totally unique and fun to the kids. These also make great Halloween party favors and decorations around the house.

Check out the 25 DIY non-candy Halloween treats here…

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  • Animal Masks 2 of 26

    Cut out felt animal masks to give to the kids.
    Find out more at Pretty Prudent.

  • Bracelets 3 of 26

    Make black and orange Halloween bracelets to hand out to the kids.
    Find out more at Panda Hall.

  • Crocheted Ghosts 4 of 26

    Grab your needles to sew up these cute little ghosts to hand out.
    Find out more at Petals to Pic.

  • Vampire Teeth 5 of 26

    Print out a fun little card and attach it to a pair of vampire teeth.
    Find out more at Polka Dot Chair.

  • Pencil Toppers 6 of 26

    Sew up a few pencil toppers to hand out.
    Find out more at Roots and Wings.

  • Popsicle Stick Spiderwebs 7 of 26

    Get the kids to help you make popsicle stick spiderwebs for the neighbors.
    Find out more at Happy Hour Projects.

  • Finger Puppets 8 of 26

    Hand out these homemade finger puppets for the young kids who aren't old enough to eat candy yet.
    Find out more at Two Daloo.

  • Jack Skellington Keychain 9 of 26

    Make these cute keychains to hand out.
    Find out more at Little Things Blogged.

  • Slime Apothecary Jars 10 of 26

    Learn how to make slime and then fill apothecary jars with it to hand out to kids.
    Find out more at A Pumpkin and a Princess.

  • Glow-in-the Dark Bracelets 11 of 26

    Hand out glow sticks with this fun printable.
    Find out more at Thirty Handmade Days.

  • Ghost Finger Puppets 12 of 26

    Use card stock to make ghost finger puppets.
    Find out more at Curly Birds.

  • Spooky Eyes 13 of 26

    Hand out bags of eyeballs made from ping pong balls.
    Find out more at Mural Maker.

  • Shadow Puppets 14 of 26

    Use the template to print out and cut shadow puppets to hand out on Halloween.
    Find out more at Minico.

  • Pumpkin Pom-Poms 15 of 26

    Let the kids help you make these easy pumpkin pom-poms.
    Find out more at Crafts Unleashed.

  • Spider Rings 16 of 26

    Make felt spider rings to give to the kids to wear while they trick-or-treat through the neighborhood.
    Find out more at Onelmon.

  • Halloween Play Dough Pals 17 of 26

    Make these play-dough pals with homemade play-dough and baby food jars.
    Find out more at Pretty Prudent.

  • Halloween Paper Dolls 18 of 26

    Hand out these stackable paper dolls you can easily print out and assemble.
    Find out more at Craft and Creativity.

  • Bug Headbands 19 of 26

    Pick up supplies to make easy bug headbands to give to the kids.
    Find out more at Pretty Prudent.

  • Creepy Bubbles 20 of 26

    Pass out fun Halloween bat bubbles you can put together in just a few minutes.
    Find out more at Estefi Machado.

  • Bat Brooch 21 of 26

    Sew bat brooches the kids can wear on their costumes or to Halloween parties.
    Find out more at Do Small Things with Love.

  • Monster Bracelets 22 of 26

    These monster bracelets are an easy and fun project you can whip-up on the day of.
    Find out more at Make and Takes.

  • Monster Magnets 23 of 26

    Collect those plastic lids to make quirky monster magnets.
    Find out more at Modern Mom.

  • Mini Mummy Dolls 24 of 26

    Hand out mini mummy dolls you can make with just some wire and muslin.
    Find out more at Classic Play.

  • Jack-O-Lantern Smiles 25 of 26

    Print and cut jack-o-lantern smiles to glue to dowels and then hand them out to kids.
    Find out more at Lisa Storms.

  • Halloween Cootie Catchers 26 of 26

    Make these Halloween cootie catchers for the kids to play with even after Halloween.
    Find out more at Catch My Party.

Jacinda Boneau is a fabric designer and founding co-editor at Pretty Prudent, the premier design and lifestyle blog providing inspiration and instruction to help anyone create beautiful things, food, and experiences for their friends and family.

Article Posted 3 years Ago

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